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Note The Difference


wealthymattersThere’s a huge difference between a good man and a good husband.

There are good men who work all the time.

There are good men who travel for a living.

There are good men who live cross-country.

There are good men who don’t ever want to get married.

There are good men who aren’t good communicators.

There are good men who suffer from depression.

There are good men who struggle financially.

Ladies,if a man is good, but your basic needs not being met on a daily basis – whether it’s sex, emotional understanding, stability, attention or his mere presence, he’s not a good husband for you.

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Associate With The Powerful


By going to the den of a lion, pearls from the head of an elephant may be obtained; but by visiting the hole of a jackal nothing but the tail if a calf or a bit of the hide of an ass may be found.

-Chanakya Neeti App

Choose Where You Live


Do not inhabit a country where you are not respected, cannot earn your livelihood, have no friends or cannot acquire knowledge.

                                                                                                                                                                                           -Chanakya Neeti App

Be Prudent


Save your wealth against future calamity. Do not say, ” What fear has a rich man of calamity? ” When riches begin to forsake one, even the accumulated stock dwindles away.

-Chanakya Neeti App

Your Relationship Status Affects Your Wealth


wealthymattersJay Zagorsky, a research scientist at Ohio State University ‘s Center for Human Resource Research,uses data involving 9,055 people who participated in the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth, which is funded primarily by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics to show how people’s relationship choices affect their wealth position. The NLSY is a nationally representative survey of people in the US, conducted by Ohio State ‘s Center for Human Resource Research.

The same people are interviewed repeatedly over time, giving Zagorsky the opportunity to see how wealth changes as a result of marriage and divorce. Zagorsky used data from 13 NLSY surveys conducted between 1985 and 2000. All the respondents were between 21 and 28 years old in 1985.

People who remained single had a steady, but slow growth in wealth – from less than $2,000 at the start of the surveys up to an average of about $11,000 after 15 years.

People who got married and stayed married showed a sharp increase in wealth accumulation after marriage, growing to an average of about $43,000 by the 10th year of marriage.In fact, married people increased their wealth about 4 percent each year just as a result of being married, with all other factors held constant. Read more of this post

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